How Does The AHCA Honor The Game of College Ice Hockey?
The AHCA annually recognizes a variety of individuals for their on-ice performance or their dedication to the game:
The CCM All-American Teams - Division I and III for both men and women
The Spencer Penrose Award to the University Division Coach of the Year
The Edward Jeremiah Award to the College Division Coach of the Year
The Sid Watson Award for the Division III Men's Player of the Year
The Laura Hurd Award for the Division III Women's Player of the Year
The John Mariucci Award to a secondary school coach
The John 'Snooks' Kelley Founders Award to a contributor to hockey in the United States
The John Macinnes Award to a coach who has been successful in winning games and graduating student-athletes
The Jim Fullerton Award to any member of the hockey community, coach or otherwise, who believes in and fosters the purity of the game
The Terry Flanagan Award which honors an assistant coach's career body of work
The Lou Lamoriello Award given by the Retired Coaches group within the AHCA to honor a former college coach or player who has distinguished himself in his profession after college
The Joe Burke Award to honor those individuals who have shown great support and dedication to Girls/Women's hockey
The Women's Ice Hockey Founders Award to honor a member of the hockey community or college coaching profession who has contributed to the overall growth and development of the sport of women's ice hockey
The Women's Ice Hockey Assistant Coach Award to honor the career body of work of an assistant coach in women's ice hockey.